What is Energy Exchange?
Energy Exchange is dedicated to advancing energy literacy in Canada. It aspires to a future in which Canadians are united in their energy prosperity, rather than divided by their energy options.
Energy Exchange sees energy literacy at the core of a sustainable future for Canada. It is committed to fostering an energy culture that will ensure that Canada’s immense and varied energy wealth is used to build a rich and diversified economy and a vibrant and prosperous society.
Based in Toronto, Energy Exchange is an operating division of the Pollution Probe Foundation, governed by its Board of Directors and reflective of its core values: inclusive, independent, non-partisan, results-oriented, focused, evidence-based, learning, and innovative.
Energy Exchange draws advice on strategic direction, research, and technical knowledge from a Learning Council consisting of voluntary members from the private and public sectors. Representing a broad range of expertise on energy systems, learning, and evaluation, the Learning Council acts as a “window to the world,” ensuring that Energy Exchange’s activities are relevant to Canada’s energy reality.
Canadians united in energy prosperity.
To measurably increase energy literacy levels among Canadians through knowledge mobilization techniques developed and implemented in collaboration with a network of experts on energy systems learning.